Corporate Social Responsibility

The Working Groups were established in 2020 to make a positive impact on various societal issues affected by Covid-19. Within the six communities, ISC Group members come together to discuss how the insurance industry can make strides towards greater change, whether this be through partnerships or helping charitable organisations. The Working Groups are also a great way to network with ISC Members, globally, who have similar interests to yourself. Throughout the past year, the Working Groups have strategised the best ways to get the insurance industry involved in their sectors and have a range of exciting projects expected to launch in 2021. Find out more below:

RISE

Meet the Chairs of our ISC Working Groups, who together form the RISE group. They strive to better understand and respond to societal and business needs during the pandemic, and deliver relevant, enhanced and creative solutions.

Agile Working

Policy Group

Exploring what returning to work will look like in the future, redefining flexible working to agile working, whilst promoting equality for women in the new agile working environment.

INSTream

Working Group

Helping girls and women from all ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds access careers in the insurance industry.

Domestic Abuse

Working Group

Standing together against domestic abuse and raising awareness about what the insurance industry can do to help domestic abuse victims.

Dementia

Working Group

Increasing awareness around the commercial value of insurers being aware of the risk dementia poses, whilst providing a safe space for honest and open conversations, support and guidance.

Neurodiversity

Working Group

Supporting the work of the Group for Autism, Insurance and Neurodiversity (GAIN) to promote inclusivity in the workplace for those with neurodiverse needs.

Racial Justice

Working Group

Committed to being a catalyst for meaningful change in the advancement of equality and inclusion for Women of Colour/ Ethnic Minorities in insurance.

Gender Equality Report Committee

Evaluating the impact of workplace initiatives, policies and programmes on the actual attraction, promotion and retention of women in the insurance sector.

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